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If so, remember that still water is a totally different environment for developing casting techniques.
These set ups, well balanced, go like rockets but it is important to modify your style dependant on conditions and tip weights and lengths not to mention the fly weight.
This, of course, is a piece of wool in the quarry which makes life a whole lot easier.
Generally, with skagits, take it easy, take your time, slow down if required and let the rod do the work like a sling shot.
Don't try to force the cast. it will end up in tears.
I much prefer heads and tips personally.
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